Tag Archives for printmaking
Translator This exhibition is a groundbreaking inquiry into Japanese influences in the early years of the Cape Dorset print studio, the oldest and most successful printmaking enterprise in Canada’s Far North. The exhibition also focuses particular attention on the … Continue reading
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Translator Household Notions at the Telephone Booth Gallery Nov 30, 2011 – Jan 28, 2012 Featuring work by: LIZZ ASTON – paper burn-out, porcelain NOELLE HAMLYN – free-motion embroidery PAM LOBB – mixed media printmaking DORIE MILLERSON – needle lace … Continue reading
TranslatorEPCOR CENTRE for the Performing Arts is thrilled to present Burnt Toast Studio’s Brad Snyder, Edwin Herrenschmidt, Alden Alfon, Shannon MacKinnon and James Jensen, exhibiting print, design and text, over the summer months in its Window Galleries. These five artists … Continue reading
TranslatorThis weekend, “Q the Arts” took over the Arrata Opera Centre and provided an evening of performance art, music, spoken word and visual arts for Calgary’s queer community. A co-production of Swallow a Bicycle Theatre and Fairytales Presentation Society, Q … Continue reading
TranslatorRecently my husband James and I started a new venture – Rabbet. The goal is to create fun, affordable artworks for the home. Most of the pieces start with sketching and painting. My studio has a large table where I … Continue reading
Translator“I have traditionally made two-dimensional (or shallowly dimensional) works using a variety of printmaking methods but have recently become interested in how 2-D imagery can interfere with dimensional space. This interest led to the creation of a body of work … Continue reading